Classroom teachers are fighting many battles right now! Cheating is one of those that's ongoing, unfortunately. One of the ways to at least make them work a little harder is to change the way you're writing your multiple choice questions... Shuffling questions and answer choices as well as as using emojis are a few ... read more

## Teaching & Assessing Transformations

Can I take the assessment part of transformations off your plate? I'm talking about formative assessments...the ones that can take so long to make because they're very tedious. If you don't want to use mine, use the video to help you create your own! You've got this! ... read more

## Teaching & Assessing Exponent Rules

Teaching exponents in Algebra can be a challenge. Here are FOUR Google Forms mini formative assessments already done for you! They cover basic exponent rules...quotient rule, zero rule, power rule, product rule, and negative exponents. See the actual assessments here... Creating specific skills ... read more

## Algebra Questioning: Writing Formative Assessments

Take a basic concept such as leading coefficients and descending order and create skills assessments. Here are some ideas for creating them. Google Forms mini formative assessments already done for you! See the ones I created, and then create your own...or consider purchasing them if you don't have time to DIY ... read more

## Teaching Factoring in Algebra 1

Factoring is one of the toughest sections in Algebra—for teachers and for students! Here’s my two cents’ on how we should do it. Tic Tac Fac (or is it Fact?), guess-and-check, and other methods come in and out of style when it comes to teaching factoring in Algebra 1. My preference is to teach factoring ... read more

## Rational Functions: Specific Skills Assessments

There are so many aspects involved in teaching rational functions! Here are examples of five mini formative assessments made with Google Forms. They are done for you, or you can copy them for yourself and build your own. The assessments featured in this video include x-interceptsvertical and horizontal ... read more

## Teaching Rational Functions: Exponent Rules

If you're teaching rational functions, students have to know those exponent rules. I created a Google Forms mini formative assessment that covers these exponent rules but doesn't require students to do any factoring. They'll do plenty of that throughout the rationals unit, and I wanted to create an assessment that ... read more

## Assessing Rationals in Algebra 2: Solving Equations

When you're teaching Rational Functions in a high school math class, solving rational equations is a section that challenges many students. I created a Google Forms mini formative assessment to gauge whether students are understanding solving during the unit. Here's a super quick video that shows the form even though ... read more

## Teaching Multiplying and Dividing Rationals: Assessments

*Also Known As: My First #Shorts Videos on YouTube I always laugh when I tell someone I have a YouTube channel. That's because I'm the least likely person you'll ever see on there.😆 But I think teaching roomfuls of teenagers seasons us to the point that creating a video is not as intimidating as it is to most ... read more

## After Our House Was Hit By A Tornado: The First 5 Minutes

I can still hear the boom of the tree landing on our house. It's the only memory I can think of that has a sound attached to it. While I can't say that I remember everything, here are the things that stand out to us as being important afterwards. People. Nothing else really matters. Okay, and pets.🐶🐱🤗 Shoes. ... read more

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